Jake Paul labels Tommy Fury ahead of fight with 0-14 'journeyman'

Jake Paul labels rival Tommy Fury ’embarrassing’ after setting up showdown with 0-14 ‘journeyman’ boxer Andy Bishop… as Conor McGregor’s coach also ridicules ex-Love Island star

  • Tommy Fury has been criticised over his next fight with Andy Bishop 
  • Bishop has a record of 0-14 while Fury has won all five of his bouts 
  • Jake Paul insisted that Fury was ’embarrassing’ his family’s name
  • Conor McGregor’s coach also ridiculed the former Love Island star 

Tommy Fury has been labelled ’embarassing’ by Jake Paul and mocked by Conor McGregor’s coach after it was confirmed his next fight was confirmed.

The younger brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has has won all of his five professional bouts and he will be looking to make it a sixth victory when he faces Andy Bishop on the undercard of Daniel Dubois vs Bodgan Dinu on June 5.  

But Fury has been criticised for agreeing to fight Bishop, who is seen as a journeyman boxer. The 38-year-old has a record of 0-14 and has been beaten by knockout twice.

Tommy Fury has been critcisied by Jake Paul and Conor McGregor’s coach after his next fight was confirmed 

Conor McGregor’s coach, John Kavanagh criticised Fury for taking on Andy Bishop, who has a record of 0-14

John Kavanagh, coach of UFC star McGregor, quote tweeted the announcement with the caption: ‘5-0 v 0-14? Really?’

Paul was more damning in his criticism, posting on his Instagram story: ‘And of course this gets announced the next day. Embarrassing the Fury name.’ 

The Youtube star’s comments were referring to a video Paul tweeted earlier this week after being called out by both Tyson brothers and NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal.

In the video, Paul alleged that the former Love Island star’s girlfriend, Molly-Mae Hague, had once sent him a message on Instagram – which later proved to be fake.

Jake Paul said the younger brother of Tyson Fury was ’embarrassing’ his family’s name

Fury has mainted he wants to fight Paul but the American has insisted he is competing at a much higher level than the Brit.

The 22-year-old will now turn his attentions toward his bout with Bishop, who is 16 years his senior.

Bishop’s most recent defeat came against 26-year-old Jack Owen in March 2020.

This is not the first time Fury has been criticsed for facing opponents with a inferior record. 

His last fight came against Scott Williams, who had a record of 0-9, with Fury stopping him in the second round.

Paul has clashed with the Brit over social media after he was called out by him and his family




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